Skip to comments.Supremes read Kansas blog?
Posted on 03/21/2009 5:02:11 AM PDT by AJMCQ
A Kansas blogger who identifies herself as msplaceddemocrat.com and writes on a wide range of topics recently was surprised to find through her monitoring software that someone from the U.S. Supreme Court was reading her site, which routinely gets several hundred visits per day.
Then she tracked the page to her recent commentary about Orly Taitz, the California lawyer who is pursuing a number of challenges to President Obama's eligibility to be president.
Her commentary included Taitz' recent interviews, on which WND has reported, with Justice Antonin Scalia and Chief Justice John Roberts.
The blogger, Nancy Armstrong, had blogged:
"Dr. Orly Taitz, both a lawyer and naturalized citizen, has personally taken on the issue of Obama's eligibility. There is nothing wrong with her questioning this issue because Obama has literally hidden every evidence of his past. What has he hidden? All school records, passport records, employment records (forget his stupid story about ice cream and an ice cream shop .I believe it is another one of Obama's lies.) and his REAL birth certificate.
"Dr. Orly Taitz wouldn't even have to question anything if Obama was transparent about his life, something he continues to fight with law firms all over the country. Transparency would end all issues, but we will never see that from Obama ," the blogger continued.
"Dr. Taitz has been racing across the country, often times missing her three sons, to meet with Supremes .particularly Scalia and Roberts to further her 'quo warranto' case now at the door of the Supreme Court."
Armstrong told WND she was writing about the issue because a friend asked her to do it.
(Excerpt) Read more at worldnetdaily.com ...
Looks like janitors are running Supremes.
God help us.
very interesting . . .
Ck out the screen shot @ link.
Looks like someone tried to impeach him as a Senator. (at least from the link I clicked on - not what I was expecting at all.) Bizarre for sure!
I’m not tracking what you are seeing...which link did you ck?
Right you are!
Note that in “true Liberal blue” Oregon, a suprising result. Of the 8 State House ans Senate seats up for grabs this past November election, 7 out of 8 went to the Republicans. The bottomline is that when Republicans stand-up for Conservatism, it wins!
On the other hand, incumbent Oregon Republican Senator Gordon Smith lost his seat on Capital Hill because he campaigned to Democrats. He went left and lost!
“I have owned and run a couple of sites for many years. One has some serious traffic and it does not even sell anything. It is a collection of materials for patriots to use as a reference. I get several hundred hits a week from IPs assigned to the goobermint. Especially Justice - specifically the FBI. I get cloned goolglebot searches that I know are not googlebots. Someone is watching with regular frequency and intensely.”
18 posted on Saturday, March 21, 2009 8:58:02 AM by mad_as_he$$ (Nemo me impune lacessit)
I have only the free site-meter, but I do notice all the .gov hits daily—probably mostly civil servants screwing off at their desks, but I’m sure that’s not all.
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(AKA: Gunny G’s Globe and Anchor Online....)
The “G” WebLog @Network54
Then the second link - this was in a posting not in the title article.
Ah...thanks. Clearly he has slipped through to many cracks.
Really comrade? And just what tin-horned dictatorship do you come from?
Quite frankly, I may not like the SOB for what he stands for and what he's doing to our economy, but other than his birth certificate, who are you to say such an insipidly stupid thing?
Shall we crawl into your underwear drawer and see what we can find?
Are you a Democrat?
Where is Obama’s original birth certificate and his school records?
Christmas? I hate to say this. I had to get some things for my wife at the grocery store two days ago as she is very ill. What did I notice? 80 percent of the shoppers were not typical US citizens. About 50 percent were Hispanic and/or from India/far East. I never saw so many newborns/infants in buggies or those contraptions toddlers are hauled in, and;the newborns were a good 30 percent. I could only understand people over 50 years of age who spoke English with few exceptions.
Now go the a grocery store in Southern California! After I returned from being away in the military, the surge of Hispanics was a culture shock (illegal immigrants I assume since they don’t speak English).
I wouldn't take this "hit" as a compliment, but rather as a warning that Orly Taitz' behavior re confronting Scalia and Roberts at speaking events, is not sitting well with those charged with protecting the members of SCOTUS.